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Mexican Nutty Chocolate

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This coffee is grown in the El Cuarenteno community located in the foothills of Sierra de San Juan, just west of Tepic, the state capital of Nayarit. Flavours of citrus, stoned fruits, vanilla, and of course, nutty chocolate.

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Processing Method

Washed

Altitude

900-1200 meters

Bean Type

Bourbon, Yellow Caturra, Typica

Harvest

July - Sept

Origin

El Cuarenteno, Mexico

Roast Score

83

Mexico is one of the largest coffee-producing countries in the world, and the largest producer of organic coffee, making up 60% of world production in 2000. Like much of Latin America, the history of coffee in Mexico is rooted in colonialism, with the Spanish introducing the plant to their colony in the late 18th century. After the Mexican Revolution, coffee cultivation became more democratic, with small farmers able to invest in their means of production, although years of political unrest has seen the coffee market rise and fall.

This coffee is grown in the El Cuarenteno community located in the foothills of Sierra de San Juan, just west of Tepic, the state capital of Nayarit. The Terruño Nayarita co-operative is made up of 260 smallholding farmers.

Weight N/A
Bag Size

250g, 1kg

Grind

Whole Bean, Espresso, Moka Pot, V60/Aeropress, Filter, Cafetière

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